I have read many books and articles about the so-called "Near Death Experience." Starting in the 1960s. Because of its summary, I am not going to read yet another one.<quoted text>
Here is an epiphany for you: You are never going to read the book, so you will never know my opinion about the book! LOL
It makes no difference what you think about the book. That would make it neither true nor false. It is clear that you are unable to debate whatever it says, so you are waffling out of the situation. Reminds me of "Smifville."
Recognizing your inability to form an opinion about the book is no "epiphany" for me. It is merely confirmation of your bloviation as usual, which I fully expected.